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Pace - ITAL 102 - Midterm Review: Chapters 7-8 Recap - Study Guide

School: Pace University
Department: Italian
Course: Elementary College Italian II
Professor: Federico
Term: Summer 2015
Tags: italian, ItalianII, and foreign language
Name: Midterm Review: Chapters 7-8 Recap
Description: These notes cover the key concepts and vocabulary for chapters 7 and 8 and will help to prepare you for our midterm exam.
Uploaded: 03/11/2018
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background image Italian II ­ Lezione 7 Il Mercato all’aperto  Vocabolario Nomi Verbi  I’arancia   orange  alzarsi   to get up la bancarella   stall  assaggiare   to taste il centesimo   cent costare   to cost la colazione   breakfast  dare   to give; da’   give  il fruttivendolo   fruit vendor fermarsi   to stop gli odori   herbs  lavarsi   to wash (oneself) il quartiere   neighborhood preparasi   to get ready la scelta   choice svegliarsi   to wake up i soldi   money vestirsi    to get dressed I’uva   grape(s) Aggettivo   la verdura   green vegetables  dolce   sweet Altre parole ed espressioni  poi   then, afterwards
presto   early
veramente   really
a buon mercato   inexpensive
al chilo   per kilo (metric weight) 
fare la spesa   to shop (for food)
in tutto   all together 
mi sembra   it seems to me, I think
Quanto costa (costano)?   How much is it (are they)? 
Ampliamento del vocabolario  I cibi  Gli alimentari (food products)  la frutta L'aceto   vinegar             L’albicocca   apricot il brodo   broth   L'ananas (m.)   pineapple il formaggio   cheese L'arancia   orange il latte   milk  la ciliegia   cherry L'insalata (f.)   salad la fragola   strawberry la minestra   soup il limone   lemon L'olio d’oliva   olive oil la mela   apple
background image il pane   bread la pera    pear la pasta   pasta la pesca   peach la pastasciutta   pasta dish il pompelmo   grapefruit il pepe   pepper    I’uva   grape(s) il prosciutto   cured ham Il dolce (dessert)  il riso rice la crostata   pie il salame   salami il gelato    ice cream il sale  salt la pasta   pastry L'uovo (m.)   egg il tiramisu   cake with coffee    Le Uova (f. pl.)  eggs la torta   cake lo zucchero   sugar La Verdura  La Carne (meat) l’aglio (m.)   garlic L’agnello   lamb gli asparagi   asparagus la bistecca   steak il carciofo   artichoke il maiale   pork la carota   carrot il pollo   chicken la cipolla   onion il tacchino   turkey I fagiolini   string beans il vitello   veal i funghi   mushrooms Il Pesce (fish) la lattuga   lettuce L’aragosta   lobster la melanzana   eggplant i calamari   squid la patata   potato i gamberi    shrimp il peperone   green pepper il merluzzo   cod i piselli   peas gli scampi   prawns il pomodoro   tomato la sogliola   sole gli spinaci    spinach le vongole   clams gli zucchini   zucchini  squash I numeri da 100 in poi  100 =  cento 1.000 =  mile 101 =  centouno 1.100 =  millecento 120 =  centoventi 1.420 =  millequattrocentoventi 150 =  centocinquanta 2.000 =  duemila 200 =  duecento 3.000 =  tremila 300 =  trecento 4.000 =  quattromila 400 =  quattrocento 5.000 =  cinquemila
background image 500 =  cinquecento 10.000 =  diecimila 600 =  seicento 15.000 =  quindicimila 700 =  settecento 100.000 =  centomila 800 =  ottocento  200.000 =  duecentomila 900 =  novecento 1.000.000 =  un milione  1. The plural of mille is mila. It is attached to the preceding number. a. Duemila two thousand b. Tremila three thousand  2. Milione (milioni) requires di plus a noun when no other number follows milione 
(
milioni).  a. un milione  di euro a million euros b. due milioni  di persone two million people Divertirsi   to enjoy oneself, have fun  Io     mi diverto noi    ci divertiamo   Tu    ti diverti    voi    vi divertite                                       lui/lei  si diverte    loro   si divertono Verbi Riflessivi   addormentarsi   to fall asleep mettersi a    to begin to, start to alzarsi   to get up preoccuparsi (di)   to worry (about) annoiarsi   to be bored preparasi   to get ready  chiamarsi   to be called (call oneself), to be named prepararsi per   to prepare oneself   to, to get ready to
divertirsi   to enjoy oneself, have fun
sentirsi   to feel fermarsi   to stop svegliarsi   to wake up  lavarsi   to wash (oneself) vestirsi   to get dressed  mettersi   to put on (clothing) Imperativo Informale (tu, noi, voi)  The imperative is used for commands, pleas, and appeals. In the imperative, the  tu, noi,  and  voi forms of regular verbs are identical to the corresponding present tense forms with one  difference: the final  ­i of the tu form of ­are verbs changes to ­a.  Imperative positive  Tu  noi  voi  ­are verbs               Guarda!       Guardiamo!        Guardate! ­ere verbs                Prendi!       Prendiamo!         Prendete! ­ire verbs           Senti!       Prendiamo!         Sentite!  ­ire verbs (­isc)       Finisci!       Finiamo!         Finite!

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School: Pace University
Department: Italian
Course: Elementary College Italian II
Professor: Federico
Term: Summer 2015
Tags: italian, ItalianII, and foreign language
Name: Midterm Review: Chapters 7-8 Recap
Description: These notes cover the key concepts and vocabulary for chapters 7 and 8 and will help to prepare you for our midterm exam.
Uploaded: 03/11/2018
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